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Anyone see any problems in mixing Power Service white bottle with Stanadyne Lubricity Formula in a tank?
Any thoughts or input would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks!
 

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They are most likely similar (and compatible) hydrocarbon chemical mixtures.

Read the MSDS for general contents. Stanadyne makes theirs available on-line; I'm not sure about Power Service.
 

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Thanks! I read the Stanadyne one, but the PS is not available online and their request for MSDS link is broken. I'll error on caution and not mix at this time. Thanks again for your response.
 

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Good question. The local biodiesel distributer adds PS. Did not think about till I was filling up last week and saw a large portable tank of PS that they had just received. When
I inquired it was confirmed it was for the diesel. Both bio and the ULSD get it added when the tanker fills up. He has the only bio pump around and you have to go to their distribution plant to fill up. Been using Stanadyne for the past year. Have not noticed any changes when I fill up on the bio.
 
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